It depends. We took a short break from this after our latest prototype fried itself and we have no idea why. We'll probably have another go at figuring that out soon. If that works out, we may offer a few pre-production units from this revision.
The short answer to that is: I don't know. The only sampler we have access to is an ASR10. We may let a couple pre-production units go for cheap (I dunno €15 maybe?) if anyone wants to check compatiblity.
The it-crying-itself-issue appeared after that we implemented a new power input switcher circuit and that we populated the terminator networks. We'll have to populate the boards with one at a time to figure out what triggered it.
Local Amiga users group prodded me about it just yesterday. We may rethink some design aspects of it, but we'll probably get to it soon. A couple prototypes with some features removed (termination, ability to run from termination power, former isn't really nessacery when running plugged right into the back of the device.) will probably be for sale before we order the next revision boards.
I've had very limited amount of time to spend on electronics lately, this project, as all my other electronics related projects, are currently waiting for me to have time to spend. The lab's at a friends place 60 km away, so I can't just work in it whenever I have a half hour to burn :x